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Refugee is used to specifically refer to the definition provided in the Geneva Convention of 1951 as migrants without documentation who may not have applied for formal protection, are unable to or are prevented from doing so, or prefer not to (UNCHR, 1951).
Access resource, available in EnglishThis publication, a feasibility study on skills recognition mechanisms for selected occupational profiles, namely, domestic work and welding, contains a 2-page glossary of selected terms that are relevant in the area. The analysis of the study focused on different economic contexts and labour migration governance mechanisms, namely the intra-regional migration corridor: Ethiopia-South Africa, and the free mobility within a regional economic community (IGAD), with emphasis on the Ethiopia-Kenya migration corridor.
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